How you lift, stand, and transition between positions can make or break your first few days, weeks, and years as your kids grow.

A natural response to the constant cuddles, lifting, and feeding are that your chest muscles in the front are going to get tight and your back muscles are going to get stretched out and weak. 

We’re going to show you some of the best ways we teach parents to feed, lift, and stretch out the muscles that get sore from these activities. 

We want you to feel good in your body.

Postpartum Essentials: Heal from your Pelvic Floor to your Core

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